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Responsive design

Accelerated development of tablets and mobile phones brought first problems to the owners of websites. Given that they are designed to display on both desktop and laptop computers, which have larger screens from phones and tablets, existing websites could not achieve a complete display of content on the screens of new devices. The problem that has arisen has changed design rules.

It was clear that it was necessary to create a version of the site that will also run on standard sized screens and on small screens of phone and tablet. The answer came from two directions – an adaptive and responsive web design was created.

As the name suggests, the basis of the adaptive web design had been to adapt the already existing pages to the new sizes of the screen. What would happen to the page is that it will keep its appearance as it is on standard screens, only its elements would be proportionally reduced to the size corresponding to the screen in which they are displayed so that the complete website is displayed on the screen in its original form and with the original position of the elements. This layout of the elements is also called Multiple Fixed Width Layouts.

Adaptive design has solved the problem of displaying the entire content, but it also created some new problems. The appearance of the web site had to be designed for each of the known screen sizes separately, which increased costs and production time, plus reduced elements were so small that they were barely legible and almost impossible to click on them!

Responsive design has just done what the market has looked for – content that will remain as easily visible and legible on all devices and that will guarantee a great user experience on the website, regardless of the device used to view it! The basis of this design lies in his name – the responsive web design allows the page to respond to the screen size (responsive – from the English word response, which means the answer). The design is based on placing elements in the grid, so that the elements are displayed from left to right, from top to bottom, unwashed, fluently, one below the other, as the screen is scrolled, which always gives the user an ideal view of the content, in the size needed for a clear overview. This layout of the elements is called Multiple Fluid Grid Layouts.